November 2018 Lots 301-350

SAT 24th November 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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301 Rolled coloured Signalling / Track Diagrams. North Lincs. interest comprising Wrawby Junction, Frodingham Trent Jct. , North Lincoln Jct., Scunthorpe & Frodingham stations and Frodingham Yards. Good detail. (6). SOLD FOR
£60
302 “Mid. & G.N. Joint Railways” small enamel Sign informing passengers that booking offices on the M&GN Joint are open fifteen minutes before the train departures. Well restored chipping. A scarce little notice 8x5in. SOLD FOR
£800
303 LNWR brass Wall Lamp from the Company’s Steamship “Hibernia”. The top is stamped “First Class Ladies Lounge L&NWR Hibernia”. Brass maker’s plate reads “P&W Maclennan Limited Glasgow”. Complete with LNWR vessel, burner, glass chimney and glasses. 14.75in. tall and quite superb. “Hibernia” was built in 1920 by W. Denny & Bros., Dumbarton for the Holyhead – Kingstown Mail Service. It had a passenger capacity of 1414. n/s
304 The Railway Executive & London Transport Executive London 1948 Olympic Games Travel Pass issued to Jose Roger 15th. July to 15th. August 1948. A scarce item together with a LT “Olympic Games London 1948 How to get there” folding Map (2). SOLD FOR
£60
305 NER McKenzie & Holland large Signal Post Finial complete with its zinc spike. Always impressive at 48in. tall. Ex-Wensleydale line. SOLD FOR
£160
306 LNWR cast iron Signal Box Lever Plates “Bay to Stamford Starting” and “Down Wansford Starting”. Both ex-box condition. (2). SOLD FOR
£100
307 A cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Lion” together with its engraved brass Worksplate “Hudswell Clarke & Co. Ltd. Railway Foundry Leeds No. 1354 1919”. Both lightly face polished only. The nameplate 25.75×9.5in and the worksplate 13x8in. The loco was ex-Works to Locket’s Merthyr Collieries at Maerdy Colliery, later to Powell Duffryn Assoc. Collieries Ltd. at Duffryn Aberdare Colliery, Hirwaun. On absorption into the NCB in 1947 the loco worked at Aberaman Colliery until scrapping in Dec. 1964. SOLD FOR
£1000
308 BR(M) enamel “Excess Luggage” fishtail Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£420
309 LMS Poster Timetable “Rugby, Peterboro, Nottingham and Northampton Branches; Rugby, Birmingham and Wolverhampton District. 1942”. Includes services over the GN & LNW Joint Line. Some small rust spots otherwise v.g.c. with folds only. 40x25in. SOLD FOR
£90
310 A Pair of Handlamps: GNR / LNER plated “BR(E) Wakefield Westgate” (complete) and a BR(E) / LNER plated “Guard Carter Hexthorpe” (for restoration or spares). SOLD FOR
£100
311 LB&SCR enamelled Medallion bearing title scrolls “The Brighton Railway Athletic Club” with coat of arms to centre. Back inscribed to “J. Burt Stringer Cup 1924”. V.g.c. and scarce. SOLD FOR
£20
312 Signal Box cast iron Lever Description Plates comprising LYR (15) & LNWR (4). (19 total). SOLD FOR
£190
313 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Platform Lamp brass Vessel stamped “M&GNJR Wisbech St. Mary”. Complete with brass burner and glass chimney. SOLD FOR
£260
314 Enamel Advertising Sign “Spratt’s Puppy Biscuits. Build up a dog with Spratt’s”. Incorporating the company name in the shape of a ‘Scottie’ dog. Some edge chipping but good colour and shine. 30x12in. SOLD FOR
£360
315 BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Parcels & Luggage In Advance”. Some re-touched chipping, mainly small and with very good colour and shine. 36x18in. SOLD FOR
£250
316 Great Eastern Railway complete Ground Shunting Signal from Woodham Ferrers Goods Yard. Purchased by the vendor directly from BR in the late 1960’s. V.g.c. and restored. Successful bidder to collect from mid-Suffolk. SOLD FOR
£480
317 Brass cased Signal Box Instrument with cast face plate “In Out Bells” and selector knob with impressed arrow. SOLD FOR
£60
318 “L&SWR Danger Don’t Touch Conductor Rails” enamel Notice. General edge chips / enamel losses only. 19.75×12.5in. SOLD FOR
£220
319 LNER Guard’s Pocket Watch by Selex. The case back inscribed “LNER 6913”. Very good condition throughout and working order. SOLD FOR
£80
320 A cast brass Fox thought to be an original, as carried above the nameplates of LNER ‘Hunt’ Class D49 locomotives. 19.5in long with a ‘fox’ shaped wooden display mount. This is a right facing fox. Reproduction D49 plates seem to carry left facing examples which are one inch shorter than our original example. n/s
321 North British Railway fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£210
322 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36C” (Frodingham). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£130
323 Great Western Railway white china Paste Pot with large “GWR” to the top which is slotted to receive brush heads. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£40
324 Liverpool Overhead Railway Carriage System Map. Sealed and in a wooden frame 28.5×5.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£170
325 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Ellesmere Port”. A former Birkenhead Joint Line Station. Bottom panel edge chip. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£380
326 Glasgow & South Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Plated “G&SWR 6607” and “Bulpitt & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1919”. Complete with all fittings and glasses, nicely polished and devoid of paint. n/s
327 A brass cased “LNER Vacuum Gauge” (so lettered) complete with lever and manifold block housed in its purpose made original wooden carrying case lettered “LNER Vac Test Cock Newark Stn.” V.g.c. 17x14x5.75in. SOLD FOR
£140
328 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Wakefield” china Teapot and lid bearing the full company title, coat of arms and location on the face. A scarce teapot in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£150
329 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “32D” (Yarmouth South Town). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£380
330 Great Eastern Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp bearing a metal location plate “Newmarket”. Complete with all glazing and is in good original condition. Lacks vessel. SOLD FOR
£120
331 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Guard’s 15 jewel Pocket Watch by the American Waltham Company. The enamelled face is in good condition and the screw back is inscribed “SE & CR 1215”. Nice condition but requires attention. n/s
332 A Russian “CCCP” cast iron Locomotive Crest mounted on a wooden back board. 19.5x16in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£60
333 “LNER” white on black quad royal enamel Poster Board Header. Small chips mainly to edges. Good colour and shine 51in. long. SOLD FOR
£120
334 MR 3 aspect Handlamp as carried on the footplate and driving coach of the Rolleston Jct – Southwell Push / Pull Branch Trains. Brass plate to top “Midland Railway B23870”. Complete with all fittings and glasses except green so converted to an engineman’s handlamp. Restored. The Southwell Branch closed in June 1959. SOLD FOR
£120
335 Large hard backed Folder titled “MR Notices to Drivers and Firemen”. Containing eleven “Midland Railway” headed notices regarding enginemen’s duties in respect of locomotives. The folder was located in the loco men’s mess room at Southwell engine shed below the water tower and is in typically ex-service condition. A rare survivor in its pre-grouping form. SOLD FOR
£170
336 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 63413 Armstrong Whitworth 1919”. As carried by the Q6 Class 0-8-0 shedded at Blaydon and Blyth mainly. It was w/d from Tyne Dock in Jan 1967 and cut up by Clayton & Davie, Dunston-on-Tyne. The plate is face restored only. SOLD FOR
£420
337 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Interior plated “Havenhouse”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Firsby – Skegness line. SOLD FOR
£90
338 LNER cast iron Platform Seatback Nameplate “Grimsby Town”. Fine condition, face restored only, the back ex-seat. SOLD FOR
£1100
339 Cast brass GWR Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “5992” as carried by the ‘Hall’ Class 4-6-0 “Horton Hall” built at Swindon in 1939. A Taunton engine for many years it was withdrawn from Newport in August 1965 and cut up by Bird’s, Morriston. The cabside is face restored only. SOLD FOR
£840
340 “G&S.W.Rly. Coys. Hotels” china Soap Dish and matching drainer by Dunn Bennett & Co. Both items bear the title and company heraldic devices. Lovely condition. SOLD FOR
£60
341 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Kelso” in lovely condition. A former NBR station between St. Boswells and Coldstream closed in June 1964. SOLD FOR
£1950
342 BR(W) enamel and brass “Ticket Collector” fishtail Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
343 BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Signal Box Nameboard “Redcar”. Chips as per photograph but fine deep colour and shine. 30x9in. A former NER box at this North East Yorkshire holiday resort. SOLD FOR
£480
344 LNER double royal pictorial Poster “Old World Market Places Peterborough” by Austin Cooper. V.g.c. with no folds or tears and laid on linen. SOLD FOR
£150
345 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Doorplate “Waiting Room” in v.g.c. with very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£200
346 North Eastern Railway enamel Doorplate “Gentlemen” from Wensley station on the Dales line of the same name closed in April 1954. General edge chipping only. Good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£120
347 LB&SCR Locomotive Headlamp. Body is stamped “LB&SCR” and has two plates, “London Brighton & South Coast Railway Company” (brass) and “B585 Horsham”. Top is also stamped “LB&SCR”. Complete with a vessel and burner but lacks aspect glasses. Minor corrosion to lens cowl. Devoid of paint and scarce. n/s
348 Painting by J.M. Hill depicting ‘Royal Scot’ Class Loco “The Welsh Regiment” passing Barkby – Thorpe Lane, Leicester with an express. Oil on canvas and framed. 36×30.25in. o/all. n/s
349 Large oval cast iron Wagon Plate “London Brighton & South Coast Railway 3118 to carry 8 tons”. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£300
350 LNER 4 aspect Handlamp with brass plate to body “London & North Eastern Railway Woodcroft Length”. Complete with all fittings and glasses except orange. Restored. SOLD FOR
£80

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